1 sawsman cord.

smokinj Posted By smokinj, Apr 20, 2010 at 11:40 PM

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  1. smokinj

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    Anyone want to guess how many cords are here?
     

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  2. NH_Wood

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    I'm going with 8 cord, but regardless, that A LOT of wood - nice work Smokin'!
     
  3. Todd

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    I guess around 10.5 cords.
     
  4. smokinj

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    15,981
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    The rows are 21 ft long if that helps.
     
  5. wood spliter

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  6. smokinj

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    Aug 11, 2008
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    21ft long x 10 rowes 5 ft high some spots 5 1/2 ft high by 18in.
     
  7. wood spliter

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  8. smokinj

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    15,981
    1,412
    Loc:
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    Thats what I came up with...
     
  9. Danno77

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    I can't tell how many rows that is, but i'm going with 8ish
     
  10. smokinj

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    10 row 11 poles one row has 2 pole's...
     
  11. wood spliter

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    It was almost like cheating when you gave me the measurements. LOL
     
  12. smokinj

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    15,981
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    Loc:
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    lol I wanted to make sure my math was right.
     
  13. Danno77

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    gawd, don't make me do the math. what's that come out to, 11+ cords?
     
  14. smokinj

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    12.5
     
  15. Danno77

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    oh, you mean like you just posted a few minutes ago? I swear I'm not an idiot, but you must have posted that while I was posting my guess. I happened to scroll up just now and saw it there......
     
  16. SolarAndWood

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    That is a big ole pile of wood. Does it go right in that door and then get burned within 10 ft of it?
     
  17. smokinj

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    yes it does.
     
  18. SolarAndWood

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    Nice setup, I do the same thing.
     
  19. wood spliter

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    I can only fit about 1/2 cord on my porch so there is allot of double handling for me. The pile is not to far but still double work.
     
  20. Archer39

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    no need to do math. http://www.maine.gov/ag/firewood.html
     
  21. smokinj

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    15,981
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    Loc:
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    Thats pretty slick...
     
  22. laynes69

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    I use that link for our piles. Comes in handy. I've been stacking my wood where every 8' in the pile is a cord. That way I can keep track of my usage.
     
  23. Backwoods Savage

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    That's pretty nice Jay. You stack them a bit higher than I do. I usually go 4.5' which will shrink down to 4'. One nice thing with stacking not so high is not so much concern with any tipping over when frost heave is a problem. Anyway, that represents a lot of work. You can be proud. You certainly outdid me this year.
     
  24. smokinj

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    I could not get a post on that last row on the left side, so I took one out of your book to do that end...
     
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